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      After successful installation of "JRuby 1.6.0.RC3 Windows Executable", graphical irb 1.9.2 failed to start.
      Error log contents:

      NoMethodError: undefined method `hook_into_runtime_with_streams' for #<Java::OrgJrubyDemo::TextAreaReadline:0xa193fe>
      (root) at C:\jruby-1.6.0.RC3\/bin/jirb_swing:44

      Starting irb 1.8.7 resulted the same.
      "jruby executable 1.6.0.RC3+JRE" gave the same error.
      Previous version 1.6.0.RC2 also did the same.

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        Thomas E Enebo added a comment -

        Is it possible you have an older version of JRuby installed somewhere on your system? We should be able to make this start up much more robustly, but I would like to figure out why yours is not launching before I try anything.

        Could you try a few things:
        1. Look at System and Application environment vars (or just type set in a command shell) to see if there are any environment settings which may be pointing at an old jruby.jar. CLASSPATH would be an obvious one.
        2. Try running jirb_swing from a command shell to see if you see the same behavior

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        Thomas E Enebo added a comment - Is it possible you have an older version of JRuby installed somewhere on your system? We should be able to make this start up much more robustly, but I would like to figure out why yours is not launching before I try anything. Could you try a few things: 1. Look at System and Application environment vars (or just type set in a command shell) to see if there are any environment settings which may be pointing at an old jruby.jar. CLASSPATH would be an obvious one. 2. Try running jirb_swing from a command shell to see if you see the same behavior
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        mehmet sen added a comment -

        Problem is fixed.
        My environment settings had had Turkish locale. I was able to switch back to full English locale (regional options,languages, language for non-Unicode programs, etc.) and the problem's gone. Partial switching to
        english did not help.
        Though better support for different languages even in development environments should be considered.

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        mehmet sen added a comment - Problem is fixed. My environment settings had had Turkish locale. I was able to switch back to full English locale (regional options,languages, language for non-Unicode programs, etc.) and the problem's gone. Partial switching to english did not help. Though better support for different languages even in development environments should be considered.

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